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/ About taFISA

AS THE LEADING INTERNATIONAL SPORT FOR ALL ORGANISATION,
TAFISA AIMS TO CREATE A BETTER WORLD BY UNFOLDING THE POTENTIAL OF SPORT FOR ALL 
AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY GLOBALLY, AND MAXIMISING ITS CONTRIBUTION
TO OVERCOMING THE WORLD'S GLOBAL CHALLENGES.

With over 383 member organisations in more than 170 countries on all continents, TAFISA strives to raise awareness of the benefits of Sport for all and physical activity. While the world is facing an unprecedented epidemic of physical inactivity, which threatens our future and that of the next generations, TAFISA endeavours to reintroduce physical activity into everyday life in order to bring joy, health, social interaction, integration and development to communities and citizens around the globe, through the promotion of Sport for All.

 

Our Vision & Mission

Vision: For a Better World through Sport for All

Mission: To Lead to Global Sport for All Movement 

For more information, please visit www.tafisa.org 

/ About world walking day
- 24hours around the globe

In 2020, as the world faced a global pandemic disrupting our societies, grassroots sports, health systems, and governments worldwide, we needed to come together and show that the Global Sport for All Movement could promote transnational solidarity and keep us united during trying times. Thus was born the idea of TAFISA World Walking Day – 24 Hours Around the Globe, the most inclusive and accessible 24-hour relay around the world.

 

The event aims to build bridges and connections between people. Beyond a simple event, it provides a platform for raising awareness and sharing causes and values important to you, and shows that the Sport for All Movement stands together and united to create a better world.

/ history of
TAFISA World walking day

Launched in 1991, TAFISA World Walking Day has provided a simple and fun way to be physically active and celebrate Sport for All against the global crisis of physical inactivity. Over three decades, dozens of millions of people hailing from over a hundred and sixty countries have made a habit of walking together on the first Sunday of October, turning it into “World Walking Day”.